Milwaukee Bucks Win Chart through Game 19

Below is the updated Bucks Win Chart through the team’s big win over the depleted Orlando Magic.  That game featured monster performances by Andrew Bogut, Larry Sanders, and Brandon Jennings.  The only player who really had a bad game was the struggling SF Corey Maggette.  He played only 11 minutes but produced a statistical gap of (-5.0) win score points.  He and John Salmons (along with G Keyon Dooling) have really been disappointing players for Milwaukee, and they shoulder most of the burden for the poor start to the season.  If you replaced those three players with players who carried a .5oo% personal winning percentage, then the team would be headed toward the predicted 47.0 wins.  Instead, the team is headed toward a below .500% record. 

On the positive side, rookie PF/C Larry Sanders is coming on very, very strong.

2010-11
Milwaukee Bucks
(7-12)
Pos
Marginal
Win Score
Win__Loss
Credits
Win Contribution
Player Winning
Percentage 
A Bogut 5.0 +3.86 2.1__(-0.3) +0.373 1.158%
B Jennings 1.1 -0.23 1.3__1.5 -0.033 .463%
E Ilyasova 4.2 +0.22 1.0__0.8 +0.020 .540%
D Gooden 4.4 +0.33 0.9__0.7 +0.028 .559%
C Delfino 2.4 +1.30 0.8__0.2 +0.070 .723%
LRM Moute 3.7 -0.72 0.8__1.3 -0.078 .379%
J Salmons 2.3 -1.36 0.7__2.0 -0.190 .271%
L Sanders 4.7 +1.02 0.5__0.3 +0.044 .675%
C Maggette 3.2 -1.61 0.3__1.2 -0.125 .228%
E Boykins 1.0 -0.82 0.2__0.3 -0.023 .363%
CD Roberts
2.3
-0.13
0.2__0.2
-0.011
.480%
J Brockman 4.9 -2.06 0.1__0.6 -0.076 .153%
K Dooling 1.8 -2.78 0.0__1.3 -0.185 .030%


MWS Record: 8.8__10.2



Pythagorean
Record:
8.4__10.6
 
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